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Articles from Nieman Reports (September 22, 2006)

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A new approach to reaching young audiences: journalists offer well-told stories to teenagers--tailoring the content to suit their reading appetites and enticing them to perhaps find their way to news reporting. Stoia, Judy 1493
A photojournalist in the Middle East images and memories. Azzi, Robert 823
A visual telling of immigrants' stories: reporters, photographers and videographers combined their skills to create a multimedia presentation with content unique to the online experience. Owens, John 1078
Attempting to bridge the divide: 'entering immigrant America on behalf of an English-language newspaper is, by definition, a cross-cultural experience.'. Tobar, Hector 1386
Becoming part of the story to tell it to others: 'in our approach to gathering this information, we knew there was a fine line between reporting and misrepresentation.'. Ortega, Ralph 1509
Chinese migrants: refreshing reporting about a longtime trend: concerns arise about the Chinese government's limits on news coverage of migrant protests and worker abuse. Magistad, Mary Kay 1374
Coming ashore. Vallbona, Nuri 121
Data talk when reporters know how to listen: 'My god, I had no idea newspapers could do this kind of thing!'. Doig, Stephen K. 1569
Debunking the myth of liberal media bias: a journalist and author finds an enfeebled Washington press corps, more concerned with retaining personal access than serving the public interest. Sussman, Barry Book review 1703
Diffused voices demand different coverage: 'if the people aren't demonstrating ... reporters need to find them by going to their homes and businesses, asking their opinions to understand their views. Driscoll, Amy 1129
Documenting migration's revolving door. DeCesare, Donna 851
Doing an unenviable job in an enviable way: a former ombudsman and media critic describes what Daniel 0krent wrote as public editor and what he has to say about the job he did. Jurkowitz, Mark Book review 1409
Don't 'brown' the Hispanics: a sociologist proposes a new way for journalists to handle the confusing task of using racial and ethnic identifications in news coverage. Etzioni, Amitai 2204
Dutch journalists alter their coverage of migrants: in the wake of a politician's murder and the rise of populist politicians, journalists start to report routinely on societal issues related to migrant groups. Van der Heijden, Yvonne; Mathies, Evert 1757
Ethical dilemmas in telling Enrique's story: a reporter talks about the limits of intervening in risky situations and whether to fully identify vulnerable sources. Nazario, Sonia 2586
Global migration and immigration about the journey. 1141
Humanity's journey. Salgado, Sebastiao 561
Immigrants grapple with man and 'the beast'. Stone, Heather 584
Immigration to El Norte: eight stories of hope and peril. Bartletti, Don Travel narrative 1606
Journalism: its generational passage: Samuel G. Freedman 'urges young journalists to be independent thinkers in newsrooms filled with consensus and conformity.'. Walth, Brent Book review 1063
Journalists patrol ever-changing borders: '... what's going on in Europe today is, literally and figuratively, a border story.'. Rotella, Sebastian 1424
Lessons of youth shape a writer's career: in his memoir, a sportswriter observes his life and times as he delves into issues deserving of journalists' attention. Kaplan, Jim Book review 2057
Letters to the Editor. Marizco, Michael; Riva-Palacio, Raymundo Letter to the editor 700
Making visual what is often put into words: from the magazine's pages to its online editions, Nieman Reports is finding new ways to connect with audiences through words and images. Giles, Bob 791
Migrations: the story of humanity on the move: Sebastiao Salgado photographed the plight these travelers want 'to be made known.'. Book review 1428
Observing the exodus of immigrants: 'what happens when a constantly replenishing immigrant group slows down dramatically or simply stops coming?'. Cullen, Kevin 1575
Partnership and perseverance result in a story rarely told: though news coverage of illegal immigration often lacks the essential voices and images of migrant workers, journalists at The Sacramento Bee included both. Knudson, Tom 1983
Poet Donald Hall inspires Nieman fellows: '... even under the tyranny of daily deadlines, journalists can help themselves by thinking like a poet.'. Pride, Mike 6272
Reporting on the deaths of those who make the journey north: 'with the mounting anti-illegal immigration backlash, readers have complained more and more about the stories we do about the deaths.'. Carroll, Susan 1552
Rescue and death along the border. Shannahan, Pat 345
Rethinking Foreign Correspondents' American dream: 'no foreign news organization has the access, sources or resources to enable them to operate in the same league as domestic journalists.'. Rachlin, Samuel Book review 1804
Seeing stories in what wasn't being reported: a public radio series explores the growth of the antiracism movement in Europe. Martin, Phillip W.D. 1358
Shrinking space, tight budgets--and a story needing to be told: 'despite the necessity to trim back on our ambition, we held tight to our vision of sharing the emotion of these women's stories with our readers.'. Brown, Geoff 875
The dangerous numbers game in immigration coverage: a radio journalist talks about the effects of lazy reporting, 'opinion journalism,' and some inherent difficulties in accurately telling this complicated story. Robbins, Ted 1631
The long journey captured in single moments: a project about women's global migration found a home in many different media within the Tribune Company. Franklin, Stephen 1386
The making of an obituary writer--and a man: 'my words gave readers thousands of moments to remember of little lives well-lived.'. Nicholson, Jim Book review 1571
The Tribune's stories reach a Spanish-speaking audience: using corporate synergy, 'Crossing Borders' gets picked up by Hoy newspapers, and Hispanic readers begin to discuss illegal immigration online. Escalona, Alejandro 621
The war of words: 'the acrimony of the immigration debate testifies to the power of words to divide and ought to serve as a cautionary signal to journalists....'. Phillips, Kate 1594
The work of the undocumented. Amezcua, Hector 512
Watching a community changed by immigration: with African Americans being displaced by Latinos, news coverage of South Central Los Angeles is inflaming tensions, not informing people. Sloan, Lester 2016
Well-chosen words can weave tangled webs: an increasingly important job of political journalists is to 'unmask the tricksters.'. Witcover, Jules Book review 1268
What's old is new again: a documentary film about immigration reveals historic articles and images with messages familiar to us today. Conway, Lorie 617
Words & reflections. 574

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